The Atos Medical Insurance and Reimbursement Team is committed to helping you navigate through the process to make it as smooth and easy as possible, getting the most from your benefits. We will file claims for durable medical equipment (DME) orders. We are also working to get in-network with more and more insurance companies which can mean easier access to products and better reimbursement options for you! Click here for the latest list and check back often!
For an insurance claim to be filed, we need the following to be completed and returned to our office:
- Patient Services Form (completed and signed by you)
- Please note you must identify an Authorized Representative/Caregiver Designation if you want anyone to be able to communicate with Atos on your behalf
- You must check the box under Consent Statement if you want to receive any communication from Atos via email or telephone
- Prescription Form (completed and signed by your physician/prescriber) Ask your doctor to send Clinical Notes from your last clinical visit within the last year with each new prescription
- Copies of ALL health insurance cards (front and back), including Primary and Secondary Insurance
Some of these materials are also available in Spanish and can be found here.
- By signing, I acknowledge that I have received a copy of the above Patient Services Book which contains Patient Bill of Rights and Responsibilities, Patient Service Agreement, Notice of Privacy Practices (HIPAA), Ordering Laryngectomy Supplies and Understanding Your Insurance Benefits.
- To help us provide great customer service and deliver our products directly to you, please complete and return
- Must be signed by treating practitioner
- Form is optimized for download and completion in Adobe Acrobat/Reader
- Acrobat Reader can be downloaded for free at get.adobe.com/reader
- Must be completed by treating physician
- An affirmative statement by the Medicare beneficiary instructing Atos Medical not to file a claim to Medicare on the beneficiary's behalf when purchasing durable medical equipment, L8509, indwelling voice prosthesis. The beneficiary does not desire a Medicare claim to be filed and therefore understands there is no further appeal for payment.
- For any durable medical equipment, prosthetics, orthotics, and supplies (DMEPOS) items to qualify for coverage by Medicare it must be ordered by a physician or a practitioner who is eligible to order such item.